How to Save Power on Your Digital Camera

Thursday, September 11, 2008

How to save electric power on your digital camera and take more pictures

Configure your camera and set automatic power saving mode if no actions for more than few minutes.
Use your viewer finder, instead of LCD screen.
Turn off chase focusing function, if you do not really need to.
Always purchase and use large capacity batteries.

Use smaller image size will save a little bit, not much of it.
Do not view your photos on your camera LCD screen, you may edit it on your computer and save it as flash, with the tool that create flash with your photos, here you have one of best software that I've tried before

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